Gordon Brown: change, people, new, Britain

12 Responses to “Gordon Brown: change, people, new, Britain”

  1. Will Straw

    Word cloud of Brown’s speech. Key words: change, people, new, Britain http://bit.ly/oH7gI

  2. Shamik Das

    RT @leftfootfwd @wdjstraw: Word cloud of Gordon Brown’s speech http://bit.ly/oH7gI

  3. Megan Radclyffe

    Interesting… RT @leftfootforward A word cloud of Gordon’s speech http://bit.ly/oH7gI Are we, the people of Britian, supposed to change?

  4. Rory

    He said there would be no return to the cardboard cities of the 1980s.

    I do not think the homelessness situation has improved in the last 10 years.

  5. FT.com | Westminster Blog | Brown Speech Live Blog

    […] those who care, Will Straw has a “word cloud” which shows which words cropped up the […]

  6. Swagata

    All the evidence suggests this will be Brown’s last speech. He’s consistently polling low personal approval levels.

    So a good note to bow out on, nice to see he got a standing ovation from the party that’s struggled to get behind him in recent months.

  7. AndrewSparrow

    Left Foot Forward has interesting word cloud of the Brown speech http://bit.ly/oH7gI #Lab09 #labconf

  8. Jessica Asato

    Rt @AndrewSparrowLeft Foot Forward has interesting word cloud of the Brown speech http://bit.ly/oH7gI #Lab09 #labconf

  9. Chris Applegate

    RT @tim: Gordon Brown speech word cloud http://bit.ly/CQZ1Y “change”, “new” & “people” writ large (via @ftwestminster)

  10. Victoria Thompson

    RT: @tim: Gordon Brown speech word cloud http://bit.ly/CQZ1Y “change”, “new” & “people” writ large (via @ftwestminster)

  11. Mamading Ceesay

    Sprinkling some of that magic pixie dust RT @tim: Gordon Brown speech word cloud http://bit.ly/CQZ1Y "change", "new" & "people" writ large

  12. Some thoughts on Gordon Browns’ speech | Sim-O

    […] I gather ‘change’ appeared a lot in Gordons’ speech, but surely after twelve years of a government we should be at least on the right track (for the government) and not needing to change too much, otherwise what’s the last twelve years been spent doing? […]

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